are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: tonight, more proof that the highest levels of the u.s. government were told that the benghazi attack was carried out by an al qaeda-linked terrorist, less than two hours after the assault began. now, that information was included in an email, sent by the state department and officials to nearly 400 members of the obama administration, including aides that were inside the white house situation room. fox news were senthree emails just after 4:00 p.m. washington time, on september 11. even that memo describes that, quote, approximately 20 armed people fired shots and that
explosions were also heard at compound. two hours later, 6:02 p.m., washington time, another email informs the president's national security team that an al qaeda-affiliated group, an sar alsharria is responsible for the attack. on the day of the raid that killed four americans. in other words, the white house was immediately told that al qaeda was involved in this horrific event. but for some reason, the president, his secretary of state, didn't want you, the american people to know the truth. they wanted us all to think that al qaeda died lodge with bin laden. what do they do? they lied to you, they lied to us and told us an american ambass do, the first killed in 30 years and three of his colleagues were murdered because of a youtube movie trailer. let's take a look at what the white house press secretary told the world two days after the administration officials,
informed via email that this was a pre-planned attack, carried out by a sophisticated terror organization. >> this is a fairly volatile situation. this is in response, not to united states policy, not to, obviously, the administration, not to american people. it is in response to a video. a film... that... we have judged to be reprehensible and disgusting. that in no way justifies any violent reaction to it. but this is not a case of... protests directed at the united states, at large or at u.s. policy, this is in response to a video that is offensive and... to muslims. we have no information to suggest that it was a preplanned attack. >> sean: all right. so did you hear what he just said? he said the administration had no information -- none to suggest that was a pre-planned
attack. and yet, two hours after it began, al qaeda claimed responsibility. so that was the big lie on september 14. now you fast forward a few days later. and here's what we were told, one week after the assault. >> our initial information -- and that includes all information -- we saw no evidence to back up claims by others that this was a pre-planned or premeditated attack, that we saw evidence that it was sparked by the reaction to this video. and that is what we know thus far, based on the evidence -- concrete evidence, not supposition, but concrete evidence that we have thus far. >> sean: that's a blatant lie because we now have proof of the quote, initial information deliver to the white house was that this was an act of terror. they knew within hours. in addition, fox has learn that the two navy seals who were killed at the annex, one kilometer from the consulate died approximately 7 hours after
the attack began. now liz cheney will join me in the next segment with some very serious questions about why forces were not deployed to save their lives and whether or not it's possible that the president of the united states went to bed on the night of september 11, knowing that americans were under siege and fighting for their lives in libya. we will have more on that with liz cheney ahead. but first, here to talk about the developments and how they could impact this election, the author of the new new york times best seller, "mugged: racial demagoguery from the 70s to obama," ann coulter is here. how are you? >> fine, thank you. >> sean: now we have the proof. now the question is why in and what happened? why did they lie, repeatedly? what are they trying to hide here? >> right. for one thing, it's becoming clearer and clearer that this guy is in way over his head and seems to really think that, as he campaigned and seemed to believe when he went on the apology tour that just him being in the white house would make
the rest of the world love us. of course, there is a point you made that he made the argument, the democrats have made this argument, the hist earia over what is osama in the bush administration. and bush famously said, i don't think that much about osama, of course you don't. it's not like the terrorists are going to lay down their arms and love america if we kill this one guy. it's great. we are all for it. but it's more than just osama bin laden-- it's a lot more. >> but that is not the liberal line on this. so we were supposed to believe that the killing of osama bin laden -- that's it. we can all go home. and finally, one fourth point that a lot of people have pointed out, that the democrats did spend an awful lot of time gloating about the killing of osama bin laden, just a few weeks before their convention. >> sean: they knew on day 1, you are not in the situation room, unless you know there is a crisis. that adds a lot more emphasis to the president flying out to vegas to raise moan.
he goes on letterman, tells letterman. it's associated with this video. he goes on "the view" and two weeks later, he says -- we can't say for sure, we are still investigating. >> it's part of the liberal outlook here. they will never blame the jihaddists themselves. it's always a hick american. it's the pastor down in florida. it's the guy who makes the movie trailener california, who by the way is still being detained as we speak. he will be released after the election. >> sean: let's look at what they have told us, now that we know that they knew, they knew everything! within hours of the attack. and white house knew. we have the proof. when is the media going to call them out? should we see this video of what happened in benghazi, should we see it before the election? watch some of their excuses. >> we absolutely reject its content and message. to me, personally, this video is
disgusting and reprehensible. >> what sparked the recent violence was the airing on the internet of a very hateful, very offensive -- video. >> although we have nothing to do with the video, we find it offensive. it is not representative of america's views. it is a crude and disgusting video that sparked outrage throughout the muslim world. >> it degan spontaneously in benghazi. it was a spontaneous benghazi to what had transpired in cairo, as a consequence of the video. >> sean: the crude and disgusting crucifix that was put back in a new york museum -- just a side note. but look at excuses. >> i claimed that was a mohammed submerged in urine, hoping the museum officials would come out and deny it. one thing about -- i think it's worth saying, the email story is a big enough story that even the nonfox media is doing a good job -- not nbc.
the excuse that keeps being run on ms-mbc, you can't believe something that was posted on facebook. a., it is not a posting on facebook, but usually when there is a false confession or a claim to a terror attack, it has to come days later -- not as it's happening! >> sean: right. >> it wasn't just that. if you read through the emails, the mob surrounding the embassy and then going after our ambassador and other americans. they had a shocking number of small arms. this wasn't -- this wasn't a rowdy movie protest. >> sean: they actually came in with rocket-propelled grenades. >> right! >> sean: i don't think they happened to be there. >> the white house is watching this from the drone camera-- in real time. the video exists. that, vicon firmed. let me ask you, donald trump today, comes out with a challenge, the left is melting down over this -- i think it's a simple -- for $5 million -- think about this, president obama can redistribute donald
trump's money -- thocharity, children's hospitals, cancer research, inner-city kids that could use a park. watch the challenge. >> president obama is the least transparent president in the history of this country. there has never been anything like it. i have a deal for the president. a deal that i don't believe he can refuse. and i hope he doesn't. if barack obama opens up and gives his college records and applications and if he gives his passport applications and records, i will give to a charity of his choice, inner-city children in chicago, american cancer society, aids research, anything he wants -- a check, immediately, for $5 million. >> sean: $5 million.
college transcripts, application, passport. done. offer it it me! why wouldn't the president do this? he can redistribute wealth. >> no, that's right. i totally love t. it's completely showboating, but i support donald trump in this, particularly because of this gloria allred trying to dig up in the classic obama campaign style, as described in my book, "guilty," dig up sealed divorce records. the lovely person married to ann romney doesn't have divorce records. aren't you glad that our nominee isn't newt gingrich right now? but all have you, he testified on the value of staples stock when the head of staples was getting divorced. as irrelevant as it is, democrats are always pulling this. remember that drunk driving charge of george bush's dropped before the election, that cost him votes.
we need someone like donald trump on our side. >> sean: if they are accusing romney of killing a woman, would they use the military as an october surprise? we'll deal with that coming up. >> yes, they will. >> sean: dick morris and the polls from battleground states. but coming up next, we go hour by hour, looking at what was going on at 1600 pennsylvania avenue when word hit that our benghazi consulate wasurn attack. did the president go to bed knowing this was an act of terror? i know the name of eight princesses. i'm an expert on softball. and tea parties. i'll have more awkward conversations than i'm equipped for because i'm raising two girls on my own. i'll worry about the economy more than a few times before they're grown. but it's for them, so i've found a way. who matters most to you says the most about you.
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department admits they were watching the events unfold in real time did the administration not act sooner? jennifer griffin was on america's newsroom, explaining what actions were taken by our military. watch this. >> here's what the pentagon did do. they did send a team of special operations forces forces from ty to benghazi. they sent a fast team of marines from spain. they sent a special praxeses force, they moved it from central europe to the airbase in southern italy, 480 miles from benghazi. then they left f-16s and apache helicopters parked at avianaairbase. two navy destroyers were moved off the coast of libya. >> sean: joining me with the election, liz chaina. liz, literally, they are saying that these forces were an hour away. the state department's watching in real time. we know that by 4:00 p.m.
eastern, the white house knew. by 6:00 p.m., they knew more was happening. why wouldn't they sunday in the military. >> that's a question that the president of the united states needs to answer to the american people. jennifer's reporting was interesting, combined with the state department briefing they provided on october 8 tlooks like the only reinforcements that arrived in benghazi were called in from benghazi. the rest of the movement that occurred resulted in no reinforcements at benghazi. whatever other movements occurred, we know they were clearly insufficient because we lost four americans. we know at 5:00 p.m. on september 11, 2012, president obama, vice-president bident and secretary of defense were meeting in the oval office. as you had these emails coming into the white house situation room, explaining that our consulate was under attack, we didn't know where the ambassador was, people were wounded. these emails were coming in
while they were in the oval office. so far, everything we can tell points in the distribution of the president making no decision to rescue these people. have you to explain to the american people, whether or not that's the case. >> sean: so, they're in the situation room. if it make its to the white house situation room, the white house knew. >> right. >> sean: they knew everything that was going on, in spite what have their claims are. they knew this was terrorist related. does that mean on the night of september 11, the president of the united states went to bed, knowing that the first ambassador in 30 years and other americans were killed or under fire and then he goes and he takes off to vegas? is that possible that that happend? and troops were available to retaliate? >> yeah. i mean, that gis is what we need to find out. we need to know the president needs to answer the question -- what did you know when you went to bed that night? did you go to bed while this attack was on ongoing in he needs to explain why he made the decision, apparently, not to
send in reinfoursesments that were a little over 400 mile away, that could have been there within hours. you have a situation where we know, for example, from this same state department briefing on october 8, an a.p. reporter said to the state department official, what was it about the attackers at the compound that led to you believe they were angry because of a video in? and the state department official said, we didn't believe that. have you to ask somebody else. but in days following, we have seen the secretary of state, the president, the vice-president, the ambassador to the united nations saying this was because of a video. there are very serious questions here. >> sean: there is something else here that could happen. i think the american people and the congress should demand this, if all of this is on video and the video exists, why can't we be given the video? find out what the white house knew, when they knew it, put it in real time, based on the answers they have given publicly, which turned out to be lies now, we have found out --
>> right. >> sean: would that be fair, as long as there was nobody on video that -- i mean, we saw the trade centers get hit, we saw the trade centers fall, we saw america under attack on september 11, 2001. why can't we get the videos? >> the president said they were releasing everything real time as we got t. we know that wasn't the caiss. each time more information comes out, all it does is call further into question, the actions of the president and the secretary of state and the secretary of defense, calls into question what they were doing while this attack was underway. the other issue at stake here. that's what the ranking member of the intel committee brought up this morning in morning on fox. we have somebody in cust dee in tunisia, responsible for part of this attack. we as a nation, have no way to ask him any questions or detain him because we don't have a detention or interrogation policy? >> the evidence seems
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>> sean: you don't need to look at the polls to know that the anointed one is losing, only to look at what he has been campaigning about. there is a brand-new rnc ad, he is by no means interested in discussing his failed record and he is not tackling any matters of substance. instead of talking about how to put americans back to work, he is harping on big bird, binders and, of course, bayonets. >> let me tell what you you don't deserveue don't deserve a burve of name calling. you have a name, rom nessia.
you might have rom nessia. thank goodness somebody's finally cracking down on big bird. elmo's made a run for the border. you might have a case of rom nessia. >> we also have fewer horses and bayonets. if you don't have a record to run on, you make a big election about small things. bipedders, big bird. acting like the guy who is behind. >> obamma was slapping, partial, cutting. at time, sounding almost dismissive. >> this is all the obottom bomba people have -- obama people have -- binders. >> he couldn't answer the question, he attacked his rifle. >> attacking me is not an agenda. you have to lead am. you can't have 23 million people struggling to get a job. >> if you come down with a case of rom nessia, i am not a medical doctor-- joining me, the author of the new york times best seller,
here come the blackhawk hel costers. big bird, bionets -- that cracked me up. >> you can add bimbos to my list. >> sean: oh! >> i think that clearly, romney is pulling ahead in the polling. there is a myth out there which is that he needs ohio. it would be nice to have ohio. he will win ohio -- mark my word on that. it's 48/48. so he's ahead 52-48, the undecided goes against the incumbent. but pennsylvania can be the new ohio. right now, there are 4 polls, two private and 2 public, all which have have obama down 2 or 3? >> susquehanna and mclaughlin. >> smith has pulled ahead. so what you really have now, you have 206 votes that real clear politics gives romney, including the mccain states and indiana
and north carolina. then, you take the swing states he's already ahead in -- florida, colorado and virginia that. puts him at 257-- let me stop you there. that's 3, 3 and 4. that's not like a huge margin. >> it is, the incumbents said 44 or 45. that's a 10-point margin. >> sean: no, i am saying the polls are 3 -- >> when it's 48-45, you win it 54. >> sean: listen, i don't count votes until they are in -- until fox news projects -- i don't assume anything. >> you know what, if i didn't count votes until the news projected, i would be out of a job. >> sean: if i didn't give an opinion, i would be out of a job. go ahead. >> have you 257 electoral votes. you need 13 more. have you a pool of 90 electoral votes in pennsylvania, 20 ohio, 18 michigan, 15 wisconsin, 10
minnesota, 16 iowa, 6 new hampshire, four. romney will win, i believe he will win all of those. you don't win by-- minnesota. you think he will win minnesota. >> michigan -- i give him. minnesota is problematic. michigan, it's 45-44 obama. but 45 for the president in michigan? so -- and then the other element, bear in mind, he can't come back in this two weeks because all they are talking about is libbia. he has broken the first rule of scandal defense-- what if -- what if there is a wag the dog? people suggest that might happen. >> there is a chance of that. i am worried about the leak that came from that former cia agent who infull traited the revolutionary guard, who says that there is a deal already for a moratorium on uranium enrichment.
the way to stop the october surprise is to talk about it at the top of our lungs? >> let me go to another ad that came out. clint eastwood by american crossroads, going to run in 7 states, the biggest buy they have had, over $14 million. >> make my day. >> sean: yeah. >> the last few years, america's been knock the down. 23 million people can't full-time work. we borrow $4 billion every day, much of it from china. someone doesn't get the job done, have you to hold him accountable. obama's second term would be a rerun of the first and we can't do that. we need someone who can turn it around fast. and that man is rom romp. the future of our country is at stake. >> sean: you know what i like the most about that ad? he is one of the greatest presence on camra. but he is giving the people the okay, it's okay to say, you didn't get the job done. you didn't cut the deficit in half. you didn't get it done in 3 years as you said, so it's a
one-term proposition. >> i think that's useful and helpful. but i think that essential i, what the public is voting on is obama's inept defense of his record in the three debates. i know you think romney should have come out swinging on libya. i think by not doing that, he made it not a political issue, but a news story. the way you defend against a scandal, you get it all out. >> sean: i admit, i might have been wrong. if they strategeically planned that, to let this be obama's, it might be very smart-- quickly. >> ty woods was one of the four americans killed, former seal. he left behind a widow and a baby, baby boy. three months old, i think. on my web site, dick morris dot-com, i have been in touch with the widow. i have a fund-raising appeal, a memorial, but really to give the boy something to grow on. >> sean: a college scholarship. that's nice of you.
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is. >> with only 13 days until the big day, president obam's running out of time. while he struggles to attend his intel meetings, he has been busy with hollywood friends. let's see how president obama has been spending his time since 9/11. he had the chat with the pimp with a limp and a sit-down with his number-1 fan, david letterman and a day on the couch
with the leads with "the view," and the ever important yo show and a pressing interview with hip-hop radio in ohio. last week, he had time for a comedy act with jon stewart. when you think it's time to hunker down and really focus on what rea matter, there is time for an appearance with yea leno, later tonight, followed by an interview with mtv -- oh, and he gets on the gossip magazine, "us weekly" and two days with brian williams. excuse me, mr. president, shouldn't you be a little more concerned about keeping americans safe and maybe telling the truth about benghazi? here with the reaction, what the bleep just happened author, monica crowley, and juan williams. but there is no time for b.b. netanyahu, because when he meets with him, he has to meet with 10 other heads of state. >> no wonder there was no time to attend almost half of his intelligence briefings.
look, we know what the president's priority is here. it is not governing and national security. it's energizing the base. that's why you see him on the urban radio shows and you see him doing jon tour the and pimp with a limp, mobilizing the kids and mobilizing the minorities. by the way, if he is worried about mobilizing the base, he has a big problem. >> gee, why does romney come on fox so often-- not often enough, juan. we want him more. >> we want him more. but why does mitt romney go on kelley and michael? you know what, that's -- a lot of people -- [overlapping dialogue] >> sean: he's the president! he has a job. he didn't have time to meet with the prime minister of israel and the middle-east is burning up, as well as north africa. you think there is a slant -- we don't have an internet, telephone? >> sean: he has a job! >> he talks all the time to
netanyahu. according to biden-- there's -- >> no, i'm telling you. you asked me and i answered your question. lots of people don't get their news from traditional news sources they go to places that i would call soft news or info-tainment-- i don't have a problem with that. but i do have a problem with him not doing his job. i do have a problem about being lied to, like we have been lied to -- it's inconvertible -- >> you can change the subject. >> sean: fox news obtained emails, in the situation room! emails were sent! >> that's different-- under attack -- >> that is different-- we watched it in real time, juan! >> that doesn't tell you who is doing the attack -- >> here we have the president of the united states engaged in a major national security coverup. what is he doing? tonight he is yucking it up with jay leno. i worked for president nixon in the last years of his life.
watergate was child's play i. oh, my god! come on! child's play! >> let me explain to you, watergate was a about a third-rateburg laur that meant nothing and a presidential coverup and nixon paid the price. you did not have a body count. have you four dead american, including the personal representative of the president. united states? first time in 30 years. >> compounding lies about a major national security issue, that is watergate on steroids? >> let me ask you both, just to change the subject a little bit. donald trump -- $5 million, he gets to redistribute trump's money. $5 million. any charity the president wants, within an hour. he has to give his college application and record and passport application and record. >> this is the same guy who says that obama doesn't have a legitimate-- he has to make one phone call and say, get my records --
boom. >> why indulge someone who is making an absolute mockery of the political process-- excuse me -- >> trying to-- redistribute everybody else's money. >> you be, it would be a nice charitable effort-- right! he should do it! >> it's harm tols me -- except that it indulges donald trump-- $5 million is a lot of money. >> you don't need it. >> sean: i do so. i will take. >> it here's the bigger point. of course it's about donald trump. but the fact that we still don't know these very basic facts, the background of the president of the united states, who has been president for four years is astonishing. >> how about mr. romney's tax returns? he as a good point. >> sean: by the way, he's a lot more generous than the cheap skatebiden. cheapskate biden. >> sean: that's the second bite of the apple, juan. >> here we go. >> that's right.
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92 while president obatch 'bama continues to tank in the polls and proving they will do anything to try to help their fledgling candidate, even if it means making up blatant lies about his opponent. here's the dnc chairwoman, lying about mitt romney at the last debate. >> during the entire section on the middle-east, mitt romney didn't bring up israel once. i think it shows that he isn't committed to israel in the way he says he is and is looking the issue as a political opportunity? >> i am not sure what the
congresswoman was watching on monday night, but romney mentioned israel, 14 times. >> our ally, israel. between israel and the united states. stand with israel. and out of israel. >> caller: israel and ourselves and israel. you skipped israel. you skipped israel. israel and the turmoil with israel, israel and the palestinians closer to reaching a peace agreement. >> sean. >> joining me with the reaction, the author of culture of corruption, michelle malkin is back with us. they lie a lot, fast & furious. we have been discussing the benghazi coverup. why lie about something that was -- so easily proven to be a lie? why would debbie wasserman-schultz do that? i don't get it. >> well, with debbie wasserman-schultz, if it's a day that ends in "y," it's a day for a bald-faced lie.
there are so many times she has made statements that are so blatantly false, she is in a league of proverication of her own. this has not been the only time she has been caught. there is a laundry list, with regard to when she gitrying to pannedder to jewish voters. you might recall this. i am sursure you talked about it, when she lied about what the ambassador said about the gop. she said that no less than ambationz dormichael orrin said this, that republicans are -- what they are doing is dangerous for israel. and the israeli ambassador, michael orrin, immediately fact checked her skirt on fire and said that he had never said such a thing. but what they do is launch the lies like missiles out there and hope that somehow they stick. they are ending up destroying the reputation, certainly of debbie wasserman-schultz.
there was an internal memo from the democrats that said that debbie wasserman-schultz was the least effective surrogate for obama. yet, there she is -- it's gold for us, i think. >> sean: they pulled her off a lot of tv shows because every time she went on, she would get into trouble. >> at the end of the day, doesn't this really come back to the economy and the fact that 25 million americans are unemployed, one in six in poverty, 17 million more are on food stamp, bringing that number to 49 million americans. of course, we can go back and look at the president said he would cut the deficit in half, in his first term. and by the way, we can remind people what he said -- this is what he said about president bush. >> the problem is that the way bush has done it over the last 8 years, is to take out a credit card from the bank of china in the name of our children, driving up our national debt
from $5 trillion, the first 42 presidents, number 43 added $4 trillion by his lonesome. so we now have over $9 trillion of debt that we are going to have to pay back, $30,000 for every man, woman and child. that's irresponsible. it's unpatriotic. >> sean: imagine if we called the president irresponsible and unpay the rale rateic. chris matthews would have a heart attack, on top of the stroke he's going to have, according to president obottom a. by his lonesome, $6 trillion in new obama debt. he promised to cut it in half. fewer americans working. more people in poverty. more people on food stamps. doesn't it come down to this. >> it certainly does. keep playing that sound bite, sean. i think as long as the republicans and the conservatives are out there, reminding people of the failures and the record, the failed
record versus the high and mighty hope & change rhetoric, i don't see why there is an undecided voters left. i think that mitt romney was very effective in the last debate ntying economic security and national security. when you have these -- we have talked about them before, the lying liars and the crap weasel, like debbie wasserman-schultz. she is in a classlessness all by herself, accusing people of being unpatriotic in their criticism of obama-nomics and also of these bloody, derelictions of duty when it comes to national security, i think we can't lose. we can't. >> sean: michelle malkin, great to see you. thanks for being with us. >> you bet. >> sean: coming up, the momentum has moved in mitt romney's favor. but is he bridging the gap in the swing state of ohio? we have new poll numbers we will unveil,
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the latest rasmussen polls show governor romney in the lead 50-48 and in ohio, the race as of today is a dead heat. romney and obama both 48%. here to crunch the number, the author of "branding america," and a democratic strategist is here. if you look at virginia, romney's up. wisconsin, dead even. colorado, romney's up, if anyone had told me that's where we are, i would have taken that. >> we are really encouraged. as a matter of fact, i have been getting a lot of requests from different donors around, especially right now, big group from texas, wanting to be put into super pacs because they are so fired up. and this helps the close senate race there is. >> sean: that's the enthusiasm gap. right now, it's favoring the republicans by a significant margin. >> i don't see that at all. this race-- i don't care what you see --
every poll shows that the enthusiasm -- 16 point-swing. >> vinot seen the enthusiasm gap in favor of romney. i see one path that mitt romney has to the electoral college, through ohio. unfortunately, barack obama is going to take ohio. he has been consistently up there. one in eight jobs there is in the auto sector and detroit and ohio don't forget. mitt romney will lose the election, largely on the basis-- that's what you want to happen. but we don't know -- >> in fact, go ahead. >> between failed policies and the libya crisis, which are going to blow to the top of the roof, i think that romney's going to take it. look, people are saying behind the scenes, before they come on shows, democrats -- that we do have a good chance. this is neck and neck, folks? >> if you look, even the new york times and democrats are vocal now about how nervous they are. you can see the panic, if you are watching nbc news, the race card is being played on a
regular basis. >> they got nothing. they have nothing -- they had to manufacture the war on women crisis. they have tried everything. what?! >> let me say something that will make your head explode. buckle in-- [overlapping dialogue] >> some predicted this two months ago, i think it's increasingly likely that rom lom -- mitt romney does win the popular vote, loses ohio, loses the electoral college-- we can speculate. but all we have are polls. if you look at the national numbers, i mean, there is nobody above 50% this late in the election, 10 days in a row, as romney has been and lost. ever. >> he's crushing it in the debates. -- >> oh, please -- did you see the last debate. >> you want to tell me -- [overlapping dialogue] >> day in the headlines. >> nixon-esque. >> sean: what were you going to say? >> i had the privilege of being able to watch the debate at the hoover institute this time.
and it was really awesome to see a lot of the people like the john taylor-- one thing i think the debates did do overall, your side so overreads with r wants to kill people and kill grandma and poison air and water, had they got to listen to romney themselves, they said, he's smart. he's not this evil satan that the obama campaign has tried to advance this narrative on. he is very, very thoughtful, serious. presidential -- >> or is he a moderate or conservative? he switches positions, repeatedly. >> sean: you want to talk about flipping and flopping and flailing, that's obam a. i am going to cut the deficit in half i. mitt romney disavowed his tax cut in front of 70 million people i. picking paul ryan, he shows he is a conservative. paul ryan is as right and conservative as you can get. >> sean: you agree with half the things the president said.